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Every woman loves to think of the
time when a soft little body, all her
own, will nestle In her bosom, fully
satisfying the yearning which lies In
the heart of every good woman. But
yet there Is a black cloud hovering
about the pretty picture In her mind
which tills her with terror. The
dread of childbirth takes away much
of the Joy of motherhood. And yet it
need not be so. For sometime there
has been upon the market, well-known
and recommended by physicians, a
which make childbirth as simple and
easy as nature Intended It. It Is a
strengthening, penetrating liniment,
which the skin readily absorbs. It
gives the muscleaelastlclty and vigor,
prevents sore breasts, morning slck
nass aad the loss of th Irtish figure.
An Intelligent mother la Batter, Pa.,
tayst " War t tooted Mother' Friend
tela, I woulaobUIn bottle If I had
to pay fS per bottle for it."
Ott Metaer'a Pries at the drug
TNC MUNKID MGUATM CO.,
Write for our free Illuitrat.J beok, M Before
ll.br ! Horn."
I beekra nalm CASOARrrtaodu
a id) ll ami i(Tictlvn Inxatlro I tier nre tlruplr won
derful. Mr ilauglitvr und I nrrr hottirrad wltli
Irk ttnmnrli mul our hrotitli bhhiti Inn After
taklnii n lw ilmpi nf I'linnupt we liaru IniproTcd
wonJorfuUr Thny nre n ureal help In ttie SumllT."
1117 ItlttuntMUKc Hi., Cincinnati, Ohio.
TRAPI MANN MeMTtfttO
Pleasant. Palatabln. Potent. Tte (lorn l)o
uood, Notcr WlcMun. Weaken, nr )rlie, 10c, lie, U)e.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
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JTo the Smokers?
5 of Red Cloud.
'JA1.L K)U THE
Blue - front"!
;Five Cent Cigar
wust of the Mississippi
rivur. Mnilo of iiit'u long Amur
lean Havana liller. Thu bust
that can bn purchitsed in thti
United Status. Thuso cigars
are strictly hitiid inadu.
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Drink ltnoic. Kveryglan-
ja ful oontrlbutei to good
,1 health. 1'urlOee
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Mcenta. lfe E. Hires
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write for CMmdj Malvirs,
UtoBtt. FaHKpl Pa.
HR CURuTiHtli Tllf tlsiTAlts. ' BLj
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. E3 In time. Bald by druggUta. g
A BROADWAY INCIDENT.
Fauiaavllr Ulrea Twice to at BeTaTr
aid tkv llrsaar Doaan't
One of two men who were walking
on llroadway talking was attracted
by the appearance of a one-legged beg
gar who sat, a crutch beside him, on
the edge of some atctia In front of a
tore, holding out his hat to the tmas-urs-liy.
So he reached In his pocket,
pulled otit a number of coins and took
from iiinonir them one which he
dropped In Hit' beggar's hat. The one
li'VKutl man Inclined his hratl, not serv
Holy nor humbly, but with a calm and
decorous nort of politeness In acknowl
edgment of his gi.'t, suys the New York
As for thi! gler, he seemed to take
no heed whnterer of that acknowledg
ment; he simply kept on talking with
his friend; at the time, howeer, con
tinuing to pick over the money that he
held In his hand, and In 11 moment he
dropped unothcr coin In the one-legged
Maybe he thought the first coin waa
not enough to give; perhapa ha rva
also for his friend; possibly ha had
truck It rich and felt flush and (CMC
oils and wanted to gift; ha might hava
been absent-minded; but anyhow he
gave twice. And as for the cne-leggad
man he, so to speak, waa notcarrled off
his foot by the Incident at all; he sat
perfectly "steady. As the second coin
dropped' in his bathe Inclined his head
gravely, with nn acknowledgment a
little more pronounced in manner than
the first, but with no obsequiousness
or foolish show of thanks. This was
Broadway, it was a business man wkn
was irMiifr him this money, and he was
making 11 business acknowledgment.
Anil maybe he thought that, if he U
not disturb, by too much jirofiueucss
of thanks, what might bo n sert of la
oluntnry or automatic action on tko
part of the (:ier who was this repeat
ing perhaps he would keep on giving-
TAKING THE TIME AT NOON.
All Itaalna of the Wca-tcrn Uatoa
Coiapnn? fltos for Tare
Just before Vi o'clock each day all
business must be taken off the wire
controlled by the Western Union com
pany, and that munus the absolute
cessation of but tess nlong the main
lines of electric communlr.-itlon in the
piiiu-lpitl cities of America, mi.vh I'enr
hoii'n Mii(rn.lui'. Three minutes before
noon wire chiefs in each of the prin
cipal cities and the towns and cities
lending to and from their large sis
ters cense sending1 or receiving Mies
sngi'.i, no matter bow important they
may be, and devote themselves to
switching on wires In such n wny as
to make nn unbroken circuit of emu
muiiicatinn from Washington around
the uttermost boundaries of the
I'nlted States. Thin Is called nn "un
broken national circuit " Thus n
smooth track Is mnde along wlilch the
electric message may Hash encom
passing the union and announcing the
time of day. Ten seconds before the
time bell strikes comes another si
lence, and then n mighty throb, a
titnnic heartbeat from the foremobt
factor In modern commerce, and nn
electric current pulsates from thu At
lantic to the Pacific, from (loth 11 in to
the golden gate, announcing the fact
that the sun has passed over the
seventy-fifth meridian and It is noon
OUR VAST MINERAL RICHES.
Nearly a Thiiuuiiid Mllllune lu Value
Taken from the ICnrth
A chart iiibllshed by the geological
survey gites a summary of the milt- I
eral irodiicts of the I'nlted States for i
the liast ten years. 1 he airirreirate i
lues hate Inercnsed by more than i
ue-half in that iieriod nnd the tli;- i
res for lhtiu nro greater than in aaf
prettoiis yenr, looting up tlie enor
mous total of 5J7li,000,OW.
The Mtlue of the metnllic products
of the tear is clven nt f527.!.MR.OS4 and
W fit., fwiltllli.tnllt fit 411? ?7l,l kftO '111.
( nt .. 1111111111 i.,t l,b ,'.l,,,.r-f,ol f til:
latter chist. iiieludes, of course, the
coals jiti'i.t.otMMN) in liituitilnouH and
s,(H(M'0 h l'eniisyltauia anthracite
- JtH.fi(M),(HM) in petroleum. SO,(HM;,0)0
worth of natural fjas and larffe vnlwe
in stone, brick clay and cement, with
tarious other minerals,
Of the metals our pip iron is worth
nlmoKt as much as all others together,
the value of last year's product being
given at $'JlS,(io,0(H). Copper comes
next, worth $104,000,000, nnd the $71,
000,000 in gold Is third. The mitrkut
Mtlue of the silver produced in 1S9U
was nlKuit $.I3,0MKH and the lend nnd
zinc together were worth about ns
much. Quirksilter, nlumlnum, anti
mony, nickel and plnntJnum tire the
other metals that figure lu the table.
Mueelea nnd llratn.
In one of his receut lectures at
Clark University, Prof. Augelo Mosso,
of Turin, averred that "Physical edu
cation and gymnastics serve not only
for the development of the muscles,
but for that of the brain a well."
It is becoming evident, he said, that
as much time should be devoted to
muscular exercise us to intellectual
exercise, nnd children should begin
reading nnd writing only ufter.they
nre nine years old. Muscular fatigue
exhibits phenomena identical with
intellectual fatigue. Nerve cells show
on the average every ten seconds n tend
ency to rest. It Is probable that only
part of the brain is active nt u time;
the vurlous partb relieve each other.
The more mobile nuy unlninl's extrem
ities are the more intelligent, other
things being etpinl, he says.
Aa Aflcan'e Idea of Snow.
An African who had visitd England
deae'ribed snow aa "ruin gone to
Jcp." - ..
MORMON EXPLORING PARTY.
Oat to Flad In Central America
RdJb Verlfleatlnn of the)
Book of Mormon,
One of the most remarkable expedi
tions for antiquarian research which
huvc set out for some time is comjMi. etl
of a party of Mi -mon students wlilch
left Qrahmm county, A. T., it few days
ago, for a three years' trip through
Central and South America. In the
party are 24 men from the Ttrlghnm
Yoting academy, In l'rovo, t.'tnli, Includ
ing President Uenjamln Cluff nnd two
professors. Their object Is to explore
the country und Its resources while
searching for traces of the last surviv
ors of the Nephltes, says 11 local report.
The Mormon theory on which the ex
pedition is IhisciI, ns advanced by lead
ers of the party, Is this: About fioo H.
C, T.ehl and his family, necompnnled by
Isbmnel nnd his family, left .terumlem
and went into the wlldreness.
After 40 years of wnndcrlng they
built boats and nailed toward the con
tinent, landing where Chill now is.
Nephi and La man were two of Lehi'n
ana. Nepal waa beautiful and obedi
ent, Laman the reverse. Koch had
many followers who married and in
termarried until they numbered many
thousands, and built many large cities
in what Is now the northern part of
South and Central America, Mexico nnd
aouthern Arizona nnd New Mexico.
The two factions waged wnr for many
years, according to the Mormon theory,
until, eTcntunlly, about 400 A. 1)., tke
Nephltcs were entirely exterminated
by the T.nmanites. Prom the latter
the American Indians are ileseeiultil.
MaronI, the last surviving Ncphite,
burled the records of his people, writ
ten on brass plate, in the bill
"Cumornh," In the state of New York,
and the angel Mnroni rcteuled these
plntcs to Joseph Smith. The transla
tion of these constitute the Hook of
The l'rovo expedition hopes to find
in the ruins of Central and Southern
American cities evidence that thev
were built by the descendants of I thi
and thus give to the world proof that
the Hook of Mwrinon is what the I-'it-ter
Day Snlnta assert it to be 11 true
history of the people who inhabited
this continent years ago.
An imtttar Savant Footed.
Thu stories arc common enough of
Aire engines being turned out to
quench nn nurorn, and, on the other
hnnd, It has not seldom happened that
a very mundnne conflagration has
passed muster for it "celestial dis
play," snjs Knowledge, lit the me
moirs of Karon Stockmat- an amusing
unecdote is related of one llerr oit
Jtadowit7., who was given to making
the most of easily picked tip informa
tion. A friend of the baton's went to
nn evening party near Frankfort,
where he expected to meet llerr ton
llndowitz. On his way lie saw a bam
burning, stopped his carriage, assisled
the people, nnd waited till the llninea
were nearly extinguished. When he
nrrived at his friend's house, he found
If err von lUriowltz, who hud pretlously
tnken the party to the top of the
building, to see nn aurora, ili'.atlngon
terrestrial magnetism, electricity, etc.
Itaduwitz asked Stockmnr's friend1:
"Have you seen the beautiful aurora
borenlis?" He replied: "( erlalnly: I
was there myself; it will soon bemcr."
An e.xpluimtiHii followed as to the barn
on tire. ltndrMa was alien t some ten
minutes, then he took up his hut and
Tor I-Mrtjr-Soteu Ycura It Hun Over
the Olilr.t .llurket lu
Alderinan II. J. .a.vas, of Helena,
Mont., was recently the recipient nt
the hands of ( ulmn friends, in recogni
tion of his services in behalf of that is
land, of a lartfe number of relics, ouo
of which, a Spanish coat-of-arms, pos
sesses n very interesting history, ""his
coat-of-arins, sajs the Chicago 'nines
Herald, hung for 07 years over the
oldest mitrkut In Havana, known as the
1'lnza Vieja. It was secured through
thecourtcsy of Mayor l'erfeeto hacoste,
Alfredo Zayas and Onofre Gome, the
latter two councilman.
On March 27, 1805, nt th beginning
of the last revolution, it was taken
down and thrown into the street by a
Cuban named Jose Gonzalez. He was
captured after n hard chase and shot
the next morning, at. Cabanas, for the
crime of insulting the Spanish crown.
Seventeen years previous a Spanish
colonel was detailed by the captain
general to inspect all the Spanish
property within the city limits. On
entering the l'laza Vieja the colonel ob
served that the crown was entangled in
cobwebs and ordered the porter of tho
market to clean it. A lndder was Im
mediately secured, while the colonel
stood under watching that the work
should be thoroughly done,' nnd while
so directing the copper wire parted
which held the crown in position and
struck Colonel Ilamou Perez JJovas
over the temple, breaking his skull and
killing him instantly. The porter was
sent to the carcel (Jail) and died thera
about a year ago.
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in the work!. So don't stop taking
it in summer, or you will lore '
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Inllammatory Rheumatism cured in 3 days.
Merton I., lllllof t.eliniiou, Iml. sv: "My
vvlfe'hinl lutliuiimntory rhemmitlMii In ever)
iniiKCle mill Joint; licrsitlTeiliiR vvr terrible kikI
her hotly nnd fiicu were woolen iilnitiht bejunil
rceoKiiltluu; hint been lu bed for lx week" nnd
had clidit pliyi-lelniii', but received no beuctll
until sin-tried the MjMlcl'iire for.ltheiiumtum
ItKitve linineilliite relief slid she whs iible in
walk nbtitit In three dnvx, I Mil sure 11 -iiveil
her life." bold by II. li. (Irlee. DniKslit lied
Rheumatism Cured in a Day-
Mullct'ure tat rlieuimitlim nnd netirnlsln
ri-idlly eunt. In from onu to three diijK. IImic
lion upon Ihe nyHleni In rcinnrknble and mis
titriiktt 11 ritiini-H nt nni'ii ih' r,in-.o mid the
1 dlmu-o Immediately disappear. Tho Urn dose
KreutlybeuclltH. 7S eciil. &oiu ny 11 iv. urn.
Iteil Cloud. Neb.
IN THE WINTER.
(Benson's Plaster Is Pain's Master.)
For coughs and colds Bomon'a Porous
rifistcru nro an Incoratmrably bcttr rein
edy than any othrr external or internal.
Their medicinal properties enter tho skin
and 00 Hraight to the seat of the disease.
Thoy roliovo nnd euro a 'seaUd" cold
without disturbing tho eystom or upsottlng
tho stomach. Couch mixtures often nau
seate, lionson's Plasters aro medicinal in
tho highest degree, and quickest to act.
Placed on tho chest or back or on both
at once, in serious cases, tho good effect is
f olt Immediately. Tho congestion yields, tho
cough ubates and tho breathing improves.
Lung or bronchial nffectlons or kldnoy
diieaso, nro curod with tho least possiblo
Buttering ana loss 01 tune.
Eeuson'a Plasters aro immeasurably su
perior to Belladonna, Strengthening, Cap
sicum or anv other combination in plaster
form. Thoy aro also preferable to oint
ments, liniments and salves.
Benson's Plasters have rocelved fifly-JItt
highest awards over all competitors; and
moro than 5,000 pbysloiana and druggist
havo declared them to bo ono of tho fow
trustworthy household remedies. For silo
by all druggists, or wo will propoy postage
on any number ordered in the UniWd
States on receipt of 25c. caoh.
Bo sure you get tho genuine. Accept no
imltotlon or substitute.
Seabory & Johnson, Mfg. Chemists, N.T.
tlTrJIVin'JI CH" weekly and want mM
W 6 FA I V nail home i travellnit saUtmioii
aro cany to sell, always
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STARK BBO'S, Louisiana, Mo.
uauat clbrtlo remodlM Hlhelr co0e reaction which
IncrvaM coniilwiUon liutoad of carluglt. PAtUvKU'S
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Dr. Kay's Lung Balm is tho very best cough, cold and throat remedy
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My son had for years been greatly afflicted with tho piles; ho commenced
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Missionary and S. S. Evangelist, Christian Church. ,
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: aCUIUTfi all Kidney
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a )r Kiiy's Utlcurr cures nil
llfiniirft fcmals dlM'Msm. At drui;
WfeiWMB w pj(it!,i !, jilinlruled 1)ook
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B. & M. H.Y
IiED CLOUD NElill.
SI. LOUIS and
all points east and
11 U TIE
SAL'l LAKE 0'
and all point)
TltalNd LKAVE AS FOLLOWS:
No. 13. TaaaeiiKcr dally for Obcrlln
and bt. VrancU branches. Ox
ford, McCook, Deaverand nrl
Vn 11 1'amipiiL-er dnllv for St.
tr--u tf-llv ainhlsnn Ml
LoulH, Lincoln via Wymote
and all points oast and south 2-32 a.m
No. In. Va.acnr.cr. dally, Donvor, all
points In Colorado, Utah and
California . . . 8:40 p.m.
No. 16. Paasenger. dally for St. Jos,
Kansas City. Atchison, tit.
I.sulsamd all joluts east and
No. 14. Accommodation, dally except
tiunday, UastlURR, Grand It
land, lllack Hills and all
points In the aorthwobt. 1:00 p.m
So, 143. Aocoramolatlon, dally except
bunuay, uucruu, uauaui, uuu
Intormedlatestatlous, via Ho
'Ho, 61. Freight, dally, Wymote and
St. Joe and Intermediate
juHCtlon points 13:1 p.m
No, 03. Freight, dally for Ilepublloan
Orleaas, Oxford and all points
west . - . 10:40 a.m
66. Frelirht, dally except Sunday
for Wymcre and all point cast 6.00 a.m
Freight uany to uxtora ana
Intermediate nolnts 1:30 n.m
Bleeping, dining, and reclining chair cars,
(seats t roe) on through trains. Tickets sold and
baggftgu checked to any point In the United
States or Canada. ...
For Information, time tables, naps or tickets
call on or address A. Conover, Agent, Ited
(lnnd. Nebr. or J. Francis. General Passenaci
I Agent Oauna, Nebraska.
Wan n.v lfnw'u T nnr, TJnl,
Springs, N. Y.
TI1K STANDAUI) llll!:i STAl.l.ION
Habept Cyril, 30379,
Foaled in ISilO, lnovvn horse 16 hands
hih and weighs over l'-'OO pounds.
Will mako the season at (.'. L. Winfrey's
InoeditiK barn, Uetl Cloud, Neh.
For terms or infuriuntion address
Chas. ?. Besse,
lied Cloud, Nebraska.
unteo Dr. Kay's Kenorutor
to euro uyspepsui, consti-
nation, liver nnd kidneys.
Mood purlaer known for
iicsi ionic, laxative,
nil chrnti-lt dlsonw:
renovates nnd lnvli;ratoti the whole system nnd
cures very worst cases. (Set trial box tit once.
It notiutlsticd with It notify us, wc will refund
money by return mnll. Write your symptom
for l-'reo Jledlcnl Advice, sample nnd proo'. 5 A.
60c at drut'Klsts. Dr. li. J, Kay, Saratoga,- N. Y.
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U for CIIIl'llllsTl-.K'S KNdf.IWII
llD 11KII nl (.old MUlllo totil HtlM
)HhblBffrlbboa. Take no other. Kefuto
I llHitraii NabUlBUoae sad ljalla.
UAilft. IUj ef y tar Dniitclit. of troj 4e. 10
uibm 1 lb, I'ortleulsn. TeellnoolaU
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Genuine stamped C. C C. Never sold In bulk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
"something just as good."
You can tie cured of anr form of tobacco ushie , .
1 easily, W. made well, strong, aiairiietic, fullot "
life nnd vieor by takitiir MO-TO'BAO.
makes woak men fltoiiR. Jinny caln
jraundd in ten darn. Over BOO ,uOO
All drucitiits. Cure eiiarntitei-d.
let and advice t'Kl'.I'.. Aiidrc.is .ST1,KI,IN(
iwumiv cu., (Jii.cago or New vort.
J. S. EMIG-H,
IK VOU WANT IT.
)mn Bridge Work or Teeth Without I'laie..
Vnd all the latest Impravcmont lu dcnuil mccb
Wo can surnibh 70U brick in
1 tynt the lowest pos
sible ratu. Brick on snle nt
either of tho lumber yards.
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Red Cloud, Neb.
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